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Customer Reviews

rambling hard pop with a great voice!

Vocals reminicent of The Smiths and a rambling hooky style create a great anthemic disc. The frontman has one of the best voices I have heard in a great long while and the guitar driven arangements are lush and varied. Many sonic delights rest among the tidal swells of sound that wash this quirky disc. Enjoy!

Their best yet!

I'm loving this album. It's quite a bit heavier compared to their last, great vocals and some fantastic hooks in songs such as "you and I are a gan of losers" and of course "White only party". Hell even the open instrumental "Sinthro" is awesome, with bass so thundering it almost blew the subwoofer! AWESOME!

Less Noir, More Pop

You'll find yourself doing a lot more singing along rather than sitting in a corner slowly rocking back and forth. The Dears have matured into a wonderfully dark and melodic sound, and I think this is going to be one of my favorites this year. Listen to it about three times and I guarantee you'll be hooked.


Formed: 1995 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Dears, a loose collective of Montreal-area musicians formed in 1995, are led by the charismatic Murray Lightburn. Citing Serge Gainsbourg as a major influence, the band combines cabaret-style vocals with a moody, intense brand of orchestral pop/rock. Lightburn's vision for the band is to create music out of real emotions, often giving his performances the feel of a musical therapy session. Given the level of intensity that this vision can require, it's not surprising that the Dears have endured...
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